Crime Scene Investigator
James Jeter III
CSI agents also known as forensic scientist collect, identify and analyze evidence. They help police convict criminals and usually help in court because they are the ones who analyze the evidence. Being a crime scene investigator is an in the field job where you will be working at the scene the crime. They also make sure making sure that all evidence is properly collected and documented.
"What you do on your time is your business. What you do on my time is my business."
"He is a liar. I just don't know what the lie is yet."
Becoming a crime scene investigator requires a four year bachelors degree. It is possible to be hired with only an associates degree but pay will be much lower. Having a bachelors degree will allow you to receive a higher position than someone with an associates degree.
- Local Government: $55,950 a year
- State Government: $51,100 a year
- Federal Government: $94,800 a year
- Weekly pay
- Paid holidays after 1500 hours worked
- 40 hours vacation after 2000 hours worked
- Health care
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